19:15 Chepstow Fri 13 July 2018
Relishing these fast conditions at present and his form at Brighton shows he will handle these undulations. Will not go down without a fight.
Back to the mark which brought an easy Bath success last summer. Handles quick ground and she drops back into a grade which has brought four of her seven victories.
Has not quite got home in this year's races when she has had plenty of use made of her. With plenty of other pacemakers there is a chance for her to get a tow into the race this time. Drops another 3lb and won this in 2014..
Scored five times last year but currently misfiring and blinkers failed to provide any spark last week. Down a further 3lb and rider good value for his claim.
Picked up a weak race at Leicester last year but went on to run some fair races in defeat. As a result he is 8lb above his winning mark and his stable debut suggested that mark has further to fall.
Four-time C&D winner who handles fast ground. Will attempt to make all and better drawn than last time, but just one win and one place from 17 starts in a class 5.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Glacier Point||3||9-5||9/4||Full Result|
|T: C G CoxJ: David Probert|
Big Lachie (13/8), Edged Out (7/2), Major Valentine (7/2), Babyfact (9/2), David's Beauty (9/2), Quantum Dot (6/1), The Big Short (28/1)
- Big Lachie
- Edged Out
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